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  • Stabbing

    An MSU-Mankato student accused of assaulting another student with a knife last week made his first appearance in court on Friday. 19-year-old Kevin Joseph Renquist was charged with felony 2nd-degree assault and terroristic threats in …

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    19 Nov 12
  • MNPrairieLine

    Expect to see longer and faster trains between Winthrop and Norwood Young America beginning this week. The Minnesota Prairie Line Rail Rehabilitation Project is expected to be officially completed as of today (MON). Residents along …

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    19 Nov 12
  • RoadOpen

    The Minnesota Department of Transportation and Blue Earth County officials have announced that the County Road 12/Highway 14 Interchange Project is now complete, and that the interchange ramps and section of road from County Road …

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    19 Nov 12
  • FoodShelf1

    The New Ulm Area Emergency Food Shelf has kicked off the holiday food giving period with some big donations from local-area businesses and organizations. On Saturday, the New Ulm High School basketball team delivered 937 …

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    19 Nov 12
  • WilliamEdwards

    A 21-year-old Lake Crystal man was charged with 5 counts of 1st-degree criminal sexual conduct in Blue Earth County Court on Friday over allegations that he sexually assaulted a 12-year-old girl. William Marcus Daniel Edwards …

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    17 Nov 12
  • JailCell

    A 19-year-old New Ulm man who took part in several break-ins at businesses in the City of Gaylord this past summer has been sentenced to 90 days in jail and 5 years of supervised probation …

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    17 Nov 12
  • ElishebaSwett

    The Worthington woman sentenced to 20 years of probation last month for abducting an employee at the New Ulm Wal-Mart earlier this year and claiming there was a bomb in the store is back in …

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    17 Nov 12
  • Counterfeit

    Counterfeit hundred dollar bills have been showing up in the City of Redwood Falls in recent days, and the Redwood Falls Police Department is urging businesses to use caution when accepting big bills. A Redwood …

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    17 Nov 12